9410 Stirling Rd, Hollywood, FL | Directions 3302426.044095 -80.272913
Skip this one. – My canine needed very expensive surgery to remove bladder stones. I understand now that a $2,000 bill for this type of procedure is fairly overpriced. My surgeon failed to notify me that urninary tests were required two to four weeks after the procedure to ensure that the stones would not form again. Now, the stones have returned and my poor dog must be operated upon again. There is a dietary supplement that can prevent the stones' return, but again I was not given this information. It seems to me that salesmanship takes precedence over good veterinary care. We probably all feel that money is no object when caring for our companions, but a little foresight and compassion on a doctor's part can save you money and heartache in the long run. I felt rushed out of the office. On top of all of this, the surgeon has ignored numerous requests to return my phone calls. I think you would be better served in choosing a different location.
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